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    September 27, 2014

    This event repeats every week until 11/08/2014

    In support of the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA),
    Arenas Del Mar will host two Weeks for the Celiac Disease Community
    during the weeks beginning on September 13th and again on November
    8th. Both restaurants at Arenas Del Mar will go 100% gluten-free for
    their guest’s safety and comfort.

    The Week for the Celiac Disease Community was inspired by the Arenas
    Del Mar owner's daughter, who is diagnosed with celiac disease. The
    family knows first-hand how gluten-free needs can affect travel and
    are excited to offer a worry-free week to others living with celiac
    disease or non-celiac gluten sensitivity ('gluten sensitivity').

    All the kitchen staff at Arenas Del Mar will have completed NFCA's
    GREAT Kitchens gluten-free training program (www.greatGFkitchens.org)
    before the community week begins. A portion of proceeds earned during
    the community weeks will benefit NFCA's free programs and services.

    Head down to this beautiful bi-level hotel to relax and enjoy the
    gluten-free services offered during the community weeks. The views of
    the tropical beach at Arenas Del Mar have even been featured in the
    famous book, 1,000 Places to See Before You Die.

    To learn more about Arenas Del Mar, visit their website
    (www.ArenasDelMar.com) and check out reviews on Trip Advisor.

    When: Saturday, September 13 to Saturday, September 20, 2014 and
    Saturday, November 8 to Saturday, November 15, 2014.

    Where: Arenas Del Mar, Cost Rica

    For more details and to make reservations, please visit
    www.ArenasDelMar.com or contact Jeremy Allen at AllenAllen@aol.com or

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    September 27, 2014 06:00 PM     11:00 PM

    NC TGIF - North Carolina Triangle Gluten Intolerance Fair
    The North Carolina Triangle Gluten Intolerance Fair is a gluten-free and allergen friendly fall fun fair for individuals who are Celiacs, non-celiac gluten-sensitive, gluten-free for other medical reasons, or the community at large. Our goal is to provide safe fun for all in attendance as well as raise awareness and inform the Triangle community and beyond. This event is a gluten-free zone!

    NC FACES is a volunteer-only support group for food-allergic families and will receive a portion of the proceeds.

    Ganyard Hill Pumpkin Farm
    319 Sherron Road,
    Durham, NC 27703

    Directions at end...

    We're running a back-to-school special until September 20th!
    $15 for adults, $12.00 for children under 12
    ***No charge for children under 2 years of age***

    Tickets at the door subject to change. Issued by this event only.

    A limited number of tickets will be available at the door:
    General admission onsite: $20.00 for adults, $12.50 for children under 12. Sampler program onsite is $25.00 for adults, $12.50 for children under 12

    View testimonials on the farm site and in social media. There is enough fun on the farm to busily occupy youngsters (and the young at heart) for 5 hours! That's less than $2.50 an hour each child - great deal!

    GENERAL ADMISSION (all ages) includes:
    Full access to keynote speakers, authors, and presenters in the speaker tent. Short Q&A period after each presentation. The audience may stay to chat with speakers, purchase books for signing, and socialize.
    - No food/drink in speaker tent -

    Price also includes general admission# to Ganyard Hill pumpkin farm (all ages):


    Crop mazes (non-gluten)

    Hay mountain

    Corn crib

    Hay rides

    Cotton picking

    Browse gluten-free non-food vendors from a number of health, home, and beauty businesses in NC.

    *All participants must wash hands before entering the farm or speaking area, and after viewing animals. Be a safe and allergen-free buddy!


    Gluten-free treats, discounts, and info from local/regional businesses.
    $20 for adults, $12.00 for accompanying children under 12, includes all-access to general admission benefits.* Onsite tickets for this feature will be $25.00 for adults, $12.50 for children under 12.
    Prices subject to change.

    Would you like to volunteer for free admission? We'll need a few farmhands who are good with kids! (We mean the children actually...)

    We have a limited number of tickets available for veteran families. Purchase and donate to show some love to families of armed forces veterans.

    We're adding vendors in some categories!
    Email nctgif (at) deelishfoods (dot) com.
    So far we have:

    Primal Food and Spirits - Gluten Free Restaurant

    Spread: Gourmet Plant Based Cheese- Gluten-Free and Vegan Spread

    Mediterranean Deli, Bakery, and Catering - Gluten Free Pita Bakery and Deli Items

    The Produce Box - produce and specialty delivery service

    Sonali Birla - Healthful Cookalog - Graduate of the Integrative Health Coach Professional Training from Duke Integrative Medicine specializing in Mindful Cooking and Eating.

    Vivienne Carosso - Body By Vi and Project 10

    Joie de Vegan - Gluten Free and Vegan Bakery

    GlutenFree with Sarah B - Gluten Free Bakery

    Old North State Bakery - Gluten-Free Granola and Bakery

    Ada's Cupcakes - Gluten Free Bakery

    Kirsten E. Miller : Outside In Anti-Aging Ltd. - Galvanic Technology

    DoTerra International - Essential Oils and Nutritional Guidance Program

    Christina Hayward - Arbonne International

    Superior Healthcare - Physical Medicine - Free Health Screenings by Dr. Michelle Elliot, B.S. in Microbiology, Palmer College of Chiropractic, Magna Cum Laude.

    Food trucks available for limited menu food purchases.*

    Picnic area available for dining - green tables reserved for multiple sensitivity families.*

    Event is rain or shine. Sorry, no refunds. No checks accepted. Tents are provided for weather considerations.

    #All attendees regardless of status or participation level are attending at their own risk, and with the safety and enjoyment of participants of utmost importance. This is an allergen friendly event.

    *All participants must wash hands before entering the farm or speaking area, and after viewing animals. Be a safe and allergen-free buddy!

    Sponsored by Deelish! Foods

    From I-40 W
    I-40 W to S Miami Blvd in Durham. Take exit 281 from I-40 W

    10.9 mi / 10 min

    Follow S Miami Blvd to Sherron Rd in Oak Grove

    6.8 mi / 10 min

    Merge onto S Miami Blvd

    4.1 mi

    Continue onto S Mineral Springs Rd

    0.2 mi

    Continue onto Sherron Rd

    Destination will be on the right

    From I-95
    Get on I-95 S

    0.8 mi / 2 min

    Take I-85 S to Red Mill Rd in Oak Grove. Take exit 182 from I-85 S

    144 mi / 2 h 3 min

    Take Burton Rd, Fletchers Chapel Rd and Stallings Rd toSherron Rd

    6.0 mi / 9 min

    Turn left onto Red Mill Rd

    0.2 mi

    Turn right onto E Geer St

    0.3 mi

    Take the 2nd left onto Burton Rd

    1.5 mi

    Continue onto Fletchers Chapel Rd

    1.5 mi

    Continue onto Stallings Rd

    1.9 mi

    Turn right onto Patterson Rd

    220 ft

    Continue onto Sherron Rd Destination will be on the left

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